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Jay Henderson, IBM Smarter Commerce, sees really strong performance for online retailers this holiday season. Henderson reports 19 percent growth on Thanksgiving Day for online sales alone.
The "Closing Bell" team gauges the Black Friday pulse with shoppers at the Short Hills Mall in New Jersey.
Patricia Edwards, U.S. Bank, says you will continue to see deals through Christmas. Eric Beder, Brean Capital, and Simeon Siegel Nomura Securities, weigh in.
Holmes Wilson, Fight for the Future co-founder, explains which merchants and retailers are taking part in "Bitcoin Black Friday."
Rocco Pendola, TheStreet.com, says Apple is what's right in retail. They create great experiences and the iPad is what a tablet should be. Arik Hesseldahl, All Things Digital, weighs in.
If you hate the fact that stores opened on Thanksgiving, don't forget who's in charge here, says Carol Roth.
Some retailers didn’t wait for the predawn hours of Black Friday this year. They were open before breakfast on Thanksgiving Day, and customers were waiting. The NYT reports.
The recession saw consumers tightening their belts and cutting back on spending. But kinky shoppers kept the lingerie market resilient.
If you just decided to join the Black Friday crunch but didn't prepare well, don't despair: Just pick up your smartphone.
Paul Swinand, Equity Analyst at Morningstar explains why Tiffany continues to sparkle with earnings.
The deals are aplenty after retailers ordered too much holiday merchandise back when the economy was rosier.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on protests happening at 1,500 Wal-Marts around the country today, mostly over low wages.
Steven Tanger, Tanger Factory Outlet Centers president and CEO, says today's Black Friday was more robust than anticipated. Tanger is also expecting a good holiday season.
Farooq Kathwari, Ethan Allen Interiors chairman and CEO, says discounting is like a craze; retailers follow each other. It is a race to not making money, he adds.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports more than 1,000 people were in line last night to shop at a Target in Los Angeles that opened at 8 pm Thanksgiving night.
Ultra-bear Marc Faber, editor and publisher of The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, told CNBC on Friday that the same easy money policies affecting stock and bond prices drive speculative on the controversial digital currency bitcoin, which crossed the $1,200 briefly Friday morning.
Burned by debt, and burdened by minuscule wage growth, the working poor are spurning plastic and returning to a retro way to stay on budget.
We spoke with some top sommeliers for their picks on good wines that don't break the bank.
Increased online grocery shopping presents a problem for producers of the candy, magazines and drinks.
Black Friday may not be the best time to get a holiday deal. Retailers often mark up items by 70 percent to 80 percent of the initial cost, said an industry veteran.